Telling the stories we need to thrive.
Shows We Represent
Teenager Cassie Pinkham discovers a magical book that literally transports her into the world of the story – with unexpected consequences.
Cinematic sci-fi where our protagonists attempt to survive in a harsh universe: castaway on a hostile world, confronted by A.I.s with unprecedented emotions, and strangers who share faces.
The Critshow is an actual play podcast about a group of friends who find themselves pulled into a battle they didn’t know existed.
Lizzie (10) discovers a magic portal in the woods behind her family’s home in Maine – only to find that her evil Uncle Carlow is plotting to conquer both the magical world and the realm of humans.
The award-winning horror comedy that puts a queer spin on cosmic terror. Historical fiction and high-stakes hilarity meld in an unholy amalgam of tabletop roleplaying and cinematic audio drama. Succumb to the maddening call… OF CTHULHU!
The award-winning creators who brought us The Fall of the House of Sunshine are back with a hysterical comedy – A Gilded Age alternate history of murders, birders, and a missing whale. Coming, Fall of 2021.
Coming: Fall of 2021
Realms of Peril & Glory
An all new actual play podcast from the visionary minds behind the critically acclaimed audio drama, The Orphans. Realms of Peril & Glory (RPG) will chronicle astonishing new adventures with beloved characters across a huge variety of game systems.
Blasting off, Fall of 2021.
A folk tale about being separated from the ones you love, to keep them safe, to bring them home.
Coming: May 2021
In the 1870s, pioneer Mona Mae Christophe searches the American West for her mother, Clara, who she was sold away from during slavery. Mona must recall a past long forgotten in order to survive so that she can find her mother, love and create a secure way of life for herself.
Our Vision: A world where narrative producers can make a good living telling their stories.
We also believe we have a responsibility to tell stories that leave the world a better place than how we found it.